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Road work planned for New-Drury-Prospect-Stinson-Tallman-Courtland: public mtg Feb. 22

Date & Time: Wed., February 22, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. (presentation at 7 p.m.)
Location: Central Recreation Centre Auditorium, 519 Drury Lane

New traffic signals and intersection improvements planned at Drury & Prospect.

Residents are invited to learn about a large, two-year road project that will begin in 2016 and include:

  • New Street – minor road reconstruction, watermain and waste watermain replacement, curb and sidewalk repairs.
  • Drury Lane – road resurfacing from Fairview to New Street, including curb and sidewalk repairs, and full road reconstruction north of Fairview, including watermain replacement, curb, sidewalk and storm sewer replacement.
  • Drury Lane & Prospect Street Intersection – full reconstruction of the intersection, including watermain and waste watermain replacement, curb and sidewalk repairs.
  • Stinson Avenue – full road reconstruction, including curbs, sidewalks, storm sewers, watermain and waste watermain replacement.
  • Tallman Avenue – full road reconstruction, including curb, sidewalk and storm sewer replacement.
  • Courtland Drive, between Waterloo & Drury – full road reconstruction, including curb, sidewalk and storm sewer replacement.

Join me on to learn further details about the project, including transit detours, road closures and project timelines. Staff from the city and Region of Halton will be in attendance and available to answer any questions residents may have.

 

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

A Better Burlington began in 2006 after my neighbours said they felt left out of city decisions, learning about them only after they’d been made.

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  1. ditto to the comment above ( feb 14th) as to WHY its is NOT being continued to Courtland Dr , east of Drury , they have been marking and surveying this part of the street, but it not listed in the meeting..could you please let me know what is happening to this small part of the street

  2. Marianne I will be out of town and can’t attend the meting but would like to know why the road constrution does not continue to the end of Courtland drive at Central Park?

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